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Marvel
PGX NM-: 9.2
white pgs; Stan Lee Signature
Jack Kirby cover/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto (9/63)
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this series was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus the X-Men was born. They were a motley band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to lagging sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment in the marketplace.
Most people cite "Iron Man" (2008) as the start of Marvel's dominance at the box office but they are forgetting that "X-Men" debuted eight years earlier, to critical and financial acclaim. That solidified the X-Men in popular culture, where before only comic book fans had any idea who they were! With the debut of the X-Men in 1963, Stan Lee and Jack Kirby brought the struggles of minorities in the troubled civil rights era to life by putting together a team of crime-fighting mutants who each had a unique gift that they learned to use to help the downtrodden. An X-Men #1 is always a smart buy, especially in high grade like this spectacular copy, this one is signed by Stan "The Man" Lee and looks fantastic, with clean whites and bright colors! First-time investment buyers can test the waters of the higher-end market of comic collecting without breaking the bank with this copy.

Overstreet Guide 2017 NM- (9.2) value = $48,000.

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Marvel
CGC VG+: 4.5
ow/white pgs
Jack Kirby cover/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto (9/63)
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this series was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus the X-Men was born. They were a motley band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to lagging sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment in the marketplace.
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Marvel
CGC VF-: 7.5
off white pgs
1st New X-Men; 1st Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Thunderbird; Cockrum art (Summer 1975)
In the pantheon of modern superheroes, the X-Men have made their mark. 2000's X-Men was the first, and arguably one of the best, of what was to become a long line of blockbusters for Marvel. With that film and all of its sequels, the Uncanny X-Men have become a household name as Wolverine has cemented himself as one of the most popular heroes of all time. A revamping in 1975 by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum of the book's original lineup from the mid-60s, Giant Size X-Men 1 was the very first appearance of many of the characters we now associate with the movie franchise. Replacing most of the original characters while creating a multi-national team of superheroes, this issue renewed interest in the lagging title that continued through with X-Men 94 shortly after and spawned numerous X-titles all through the 80s, 90s, and the 2000s. To this day, the mutant team and all of their spin-offs continue to be amongst Marvel's best-selling books.

X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest entry into the massively successful film franchise based on the characters who first appeared in this book, is sure to drive the value of this Bronze Age classic to the next level.
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; Stan Lee Signature Series
Dave Cockrum cvr
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs
1st New X-Men; 1st Storm, Nightcrawler, Colossus, Thunderbird; Cockrum art (Summer 1975)
In the pantheon of modern superheroes, the X-Men have made their mark. 2000's X-Men was the first, and arguably one of the best, of what was to become a long line of blockbusters for Marvel. With that film and all of its sequels, the Uncanny X-Men have become a household name as Wolverine has cemented himself as one of the most popular heroes of all time. A revamping in 1975 by Len Wein and Dave Cockrum of the book's original lineup from the mid-60s, Giant Size X-Men 1 was the very first appearance of many of the characters we now associate with the movie franchise. Replacing most of the original characters while creating a multi-national team of superheroes, this issue renewed interest in the lagging title that continued through with X-Men 94 shortly after and spawned numerous X-titles all through the 80s, 90s, and the 2000s. To this day, the mutant team and all of their spin-offs continue to be amongst Marvel's best-selling books.

X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest entry into the massively successful film franchise based on the characters who first appeared in this book, is sure to drive the value of this Bronze Age classic to the next level.
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Marvel
CGC VF: 8.0
ow/white pgs
1st app. Toad, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants
Magneto is back, but this time he is not alone, he has brought along some support to take on those pesky X-Men, his answer to the talented teens is the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, comprised of Toad, Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch, and Mastermind, Magneto is ready to take on the nascent hero team in this, his second-ever appearance. Boasting a classic Jack Kirby cover, this is one of the most important books from the early days of the X-Men. Not only does it place the power-mad Magneto front and center, it also introduces a couple of characters that would go on to mega-stardom in the Marvel Universe, in comics and on film, brother and sister team Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch, who were featured not only in the MCU, but also in Fox's X-Men franchise.
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
crm/ow pgs; from the collection of Joe and Nadia Mannarino
Kirby cvr; Magneto app.; 2nd Blob
X-Men #7 sees the introduction of Professor X's invention, Cerebro, a device that can detect mutants across the world, this new machine is gifted to Cyclops, who is crowned the new leader of the X-Men. The team battles their opponents the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, led by Magneto, which now includes the Blob. Cyclops leads the X-Men to victory in this classic issue that features pencils by Jack Kirby and inks by Chic Stone.
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Marvel
VF+: 8.5
white cvr/pgs
Kirby cvr/art; 1st app. of Unus the Untouchable
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
ow/white pgs
Jack Kirby cover/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto (9/63)
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this series was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus the X-Men was born. They were a motley band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to lagging sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment in the marketplace.
Since the X-Men was not a runaway hit at its release like other superhero teams such as The Fantastic Four or The Avengers, early copies are a bit harder to come by, so finding a superb X-Men #1 9.0 is as exciting as it is uncommon. The burning gaze of Cyclops and the frosty force of Ice Man struggle to penetrate Magneto's force field as Angel, Marvel Girl, and Beast come to their aid. We have a pretty good idea of what we're in for with this bunch, a rip-roaring adventure filled with super-powered antics!

Overstreet Guide 2017 VF/NM (9.0) value = $26,750.

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Marvel
CGC FN+: 6.5
ow/white pgs
Kirby cvr/art; 1st meeting X-Men & Avengers (movie announced)
It has been leaked thet Disney has an X-Men v Avengers movie slated sometime in the future, giving this issue a lot of extra importance and value. Tricked into battling one another by the nefarious Lucifer, the world's greatest superhero team duke it out with the uncanny mutants, after resolving the confusion it is revealed that Lucifer is the one responsible for Charles Xavier's leg injuries that have confined him to a wheelchair. Illustrated by Jack Kirby and inker Chic Stone, this is another important early X-Men issue.
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
off white pgs
Kirby cvr; Magneto app. (3/66)
X-Men #18 finds the mutants still trapped in Magneto's deadly hot-air balloon from the previous issue, and their nemesis back at their mansion preparing to clone himself. Meanwhile, Iceman has awakened from his comatose state, and heads home to deal with Magneto. The X-Men eventually devise a method to escape from their deathtrap, and they return to their base where the confront Magneto, who runs away after Professor X summons the Stranger to come and collect his metal-manipulating escapee. This issue finds Jack Kirby passing the pencilling torch to Jay Gavin complimented by the dependable inks of Dick Ayers
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
white pgs
Human Torch cameo (8/68)
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs
Steranko cover/art; 2nd app. Polaris; origin of Beast
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
ow/white pgs
Magneto app.
Pacific Coast Copy
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Marvel
CGC NM+: 9.6
ow/white pgs
Adams art
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Marvel
CGC G+: 2.5
crm/ow pgs
Jack Kirby cover/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto (9/63)
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this series was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus the X-Men was born. They were a motley band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to lagging sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment in the marketplace.
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Marvel
CGC NM: 9.4
ow/white pgs
Roth cvr; Count Nefaria, Eel, Unicorn, Porcupine, Plantman, & Scarecrow app.
Boston Copy
Part one of this current adventure finds Count Nefaria returning to the USA, and upon reading about the anti-mutant hysteria sweeping the nation, decides to try and enlist the X-Men in his evil machinations. He creates illusions of several X-Men in order to lure their teammates into his clutches, his assemblage of sidekick villains helps hims capture the team. Unicorn, Scarecrow, Eel, Plantman, and Porcupine are all perfectly equipped to counter the X-Men, who, after their capture, refuse to assist Nefaria with his wicked plans. Art by Jay Gavin and Dick Ayers.
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Marvel
CGC VF/NM: 9.0
white pgs
Kane/Cockrum cvr; new X-Men begin (Sunfire quits)
It is not everyday that a comic book comes out that changes the face of the entire industry, but X-Men #94 was an issue that had wide-reaching impact, that echoes throughout popular culture in the modern day. The storyline, involving old X-Men nemesis Count Nefaria, is rather standard fare, but it is not the actual plot of this issue that makes it a top Bronze Age key, rather, it is the appearance of the new X-Men team; Storm, Banshee, Wolverine, Thunderbird, Colossus, Nightcrawler, and Sunfire, that put this issue in the ranks of legendary comics. Although the new characters were introduced in Giant-Size X-Men #1, this is the first issue in the run to feature X-Men mk. II. The series was languishing in reprint purgatory and close to cancellation before this issue revived the franchise, a renewed breath of life turned out to be the perfect product for Marvel fans who were longing for a jolt of fresh energy, and this new group of X-Men took off like a house on fire, these characters are now the ones most closely associated with the franchise, and the addition of John Byrne into the mix later in the decade would only serve to send this title into the stratosphere, along the way Wolverine would grow into one of Marvel's top sellers, giving rise to an enormously successful movie franchise, and myriad other X-Men spin-off comics. It all started here, any X-Men fan worth their salt needs to own this landmark book.
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Marvel
CGC FN+: 6.5
ow/white pgs
Kane/Cockrum cvr; new X-Men begin (Sunfire quits)
It is not everyday that a comic book comes out that changes the face of the entire industry, but X-Men #94 was an issue that had wide-reaching impact, that echoes throughout popular culture in the modern day. The storyline, involving old X-Men nemesis Count Nefaria, is rather standard fare, but it is not the actual plot of this issue that makes it a top Bronze Age key, rather, it is the appearance of the new X-Men team; Storm, Banshee, Wolverine, Thunderbird, Colossus, Nightcrawler, and Sunfire, that put this issue in the ranks of legendary comics. Although the new characters were introduced in Giant-Size X-Men #1, this is the first issue in the run to feature X-Men mk. II. The series was languishing in reprint purgatory and close to cancellation before this issue revived the franchise, a renewed breath of life turned out to be the perfect product for Marvel fans who were longing for a jolt of fresh energy, and this new group of X-Men took off like a house on fire, these characters are now the ones most closely associated with the franchise, and the addition of John Byrne into the mix later in the decade would only serve to send this title into the stratosphere, along the way Wolverine would grow into one of Marvel's top sellers, giving rise to an enormously successful movie franchise, and myriad other X-Men spin-off comics. It all started here, any X-Men fan worth their salt needs to own this landmark book.
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs
Byrne cvr/art; 1st app. Kitty Pryde, Emma Frost (The White Queen), Sebastian Shaw
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Marvel
CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs
Byrne cvr/art; first Dark Phoenix (6/80)
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CGC NM/M: 9.8
white pgs; J. Scott Campbell Signature Series; JScottCampbell.com Edition C; Virgin cvr
Syaf-a
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CGC NM/M: 9.8
ow/white pgs
Cockrum cover; origin & 1st app. of Phoenix (10/76)
X-Men #101 sets in motion one of the most celebrated and tragic plotlines in the history of superhero comics, this is the issue where Jean Grey, previously known as Marvel Girl, transforms into the Phoenix. As X-Men fans know, the story of Jean Grey's stuggles to control the massive power she wields as the Phoenix will one day end up up destroying her, as well as crushing the spirits of her teammates and loved ones. The legendary tale is unanimously recognized as one of the best plots in comics history, as a maturing readership opened up to weightier fare in the late 70s and early 80s, a renaissance period in the comic indistry. This first appearance of the iconic character is already a popular investment book, and with an MCU reboot on the horizon, the sky is the limit on this issue.
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Marvel
CGC VG-: 3.5
off white pgs
Jack Kirby cover/art; origin and 1st app. X-Men; 1st app. Magneto (9/63)
Stan Lee once explained that his original title for this series was "The Mutants" but publisher Martin Goodman didn't like the sound of it. Lee, in a stroke of genius, named the newly formed group after its founder, Professor X, and thus the X-Men was born. They were a motley band of outcasts hated and feared by the human world. The title was almost canceled due to lagging sales but was reborn with a new cast of characters in the 70s which went on to make them a perennial favorite ever since. Everybody can relate to what it is like being an outsider, and that is what draws us to the X-Men. With a staggering number of comic spinoffs, blockbuster movies, and a variety of TV shows and cartoons, the popularity of this first issue has proven to be a strong investment in the marketplace.
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